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  • March 14, 2013

I recently went to Cuba as part of a group of librarians to attend the Havana Book Fair. I traveled under a research license, requiring a “research” topic. The entire process to get to travel to Cuba as a US citizen deserves its own post. So why haven’t I published yet? Well, I’m getting to…

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  • January 29, 2013

When we conducted user testing, we ended up using Webex which turned out very well, with exceptions. The Good Webex will record sound and expressions. We didn’t remember to turn on the webcam and for some remote users there wasn’t one. So we didn’t end up with facial expressions for all tests but we did…

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  • January 2, 2013

From the get-go on my current project, I have been considered a luxury. Sounds good in theory, kinda sucks in real life. When working on an Agile scrum team, the last think you want to be is a luxury because you risk your contribution not being appreciated and your ideas not respected. This is a…

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  • November 7, 2012

We’re set to do user testing at work. Ideally we would have done this last year when we began this release but better late than never. I had hoped to use the fancy testing suite at work but due to internal politics, we’re going guerrilla. I’ve been on the hunt for a screen recorder that…

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  • October 24, 2012

I don’t care to count how many years I’ve been subscribed to Chuck Green’s Ideabook. I want to say it was in the early days of working at Lahey Clinic. There weren’t a lot of web design resources available then because it was still so new. Other than Laura Lemay’s┬áLearn HTML in 24 Hours I…